To those who possibly attend a church service on Christmas and Easter, curious as to why only then?
Please include reasons for not attending other times of the year.
Church can get annoying every week. You hear a paster tell you to fear your future. Seeing people who are entirely hypocrites. I think the better quesiton is: why would you want to go?
On Christmas and Easter most people face guilt. They feel they must go to church. Jesus paid for our sins, the least we can do is go to his house twice a year.
religious but not that religious, I personally do not think you need to go every week, but live your life like a decent human being.
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by sweetypie19684 years ago
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by accofranco8 years ago
Plz do update me with the latest gist when i'm back.And please go to church to at least say:"Thank you" to God in heaven for giving u life and wisdom to write here.
by yankeeintexas5 years ago
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